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Agneta Chose
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26 Mar 2024
Towards a FAIRer future
In a recent study, Assistant Professor Agneta Ghose from Aalborg University presents a workflow for the FAIRification of research data, which can serve as broad inspiration for Danish researchers aiming to strengthen their research through better data management practices.
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ENTRUST gruppebillede
Foto: Privat
26 Mar 2024
New EU project to strengthen infrastructure for research in sensitive data
As a member of EUDAT DeiC participates in the EOSC-ENTRUST project, which aims to establish a network of secure research environments called Trusted Research Environments (TREs).
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EPICURE gruppefoto
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13 Mar 2024
New Project Aims to Enhance Danish Researchers' Access to European Supercomputers
Through participation in the EPICURE project, DeiC aims to ensure that Danish researchers using EuroHPC's supercomputers have access to extensive support from a broad network of Europe's leading HPC experts.
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TIIME unconference
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05 Mar 2024
DeiC hosted a successful TIIME Unconference
DeiC hosted the TIIME Unconference 2024, which offered a different and well-executed unconference format focusing on Trust and Identity.
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grafik med papirklip mænd på lys baggrund
Grafik: Colourbox
05 Mar 2024
Software developers with an interest in applications for High Performance Computing - DeiC
Are you interested in hardware platforms like GPUs, FPGAs, CPUs, and quantum computers? Do you see yourself enabling and optimizing software to run on supercomputer facilities in Europe? Then the position as a software developer at DeiC might be something for you.
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iStock kvantebillede
Foto: iStock
04 Mar 2024
DeiC Interactive HPC offers NVIDIA applications for exploring quantum computing
Integration of 2 applications for super-efficient quantum computations and new opportunities for quantum algorithm simulations are significant contributions to the Danish quantum computing landscape.

Use cases

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Jakob Bæk Kristensen - Deic
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04 Jan 2024
Video use case: How to analyze 919 million SoMe posts
By using HPC resources researcher Jakob Bæk Kristensen and his group investigates how alternative news are shared and spread on social media across Europe.
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Adela - deic conference
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03 Jan 2024
Video use case: DeiC Interactive strengthens teaching in digital methods
Historian Adela Subotkova teaches history students at the University of Aarhus in digital methods. For her, DeiC Interactive has become an essential tool that has significantly facilitated and improved teaching.
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Kristian Sommer Thygesen - DeiC
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18 Dec 2023
Video use case: Unleashing the power of LUMI
In 2023 a LUMI grand challenge allowed Professor of Theoretical physics Kristian Sommer Thygesen and his team to calculate the electronic structure of 10.000 materials.
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Rebeka Baglini
Foto: interactivehpc.dk
11 Dec 2023
Supercomputing drives deeper insight into Linguistics and social media
DeiC Interactive HPC has become an integral part of both research and teaching for Associate Professor in Linguistics Rebekah Baglini at Aarhus University’s Interacting Minds Centre.
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Rolf Lyneborg Lund
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06 Dec 2023
Video use case: HPC enlightens researchers in social sciences and humanities about human behavior.
Sociologist Rolf Lyneborg Lund has trained an image AI using DeiCInteractive, which can help us understand how people perceive the concepts of "good" and "bad" neighborhoods.
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Rob van der Groot
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06 Dec 2023
Video use case: HPC-powered tool turbocharges NLP learning
Using a new tool called MaChAmp, researchers from the IT University can train language models on multiple datasets and solve multiple types of NLP tasks simultaneously.